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Located in Toronto’s MaRS Discovery District, one of the world’s largest urban innovation hubs, this center is generatively designed to facilitate a collaborative community. Resident teams explore emerging technologies such as machine learning and artificial intelligence that will help us design and make in ways previously unimaginable.
Faced with the reality that his nephew may spend the rest of his life wheelchair bound, Trexo co-founder Manmeet Maggu was determined to build a device to help his nephew walk.
Cortex’s design principles are guided by ethnographic research, a social science research method that involves a deep dive by researchers into a cultural or social group.
LuxMea Studio is one of the Technology Center Residency Program’s prime examples of a successful cross-center residents exchange.
Marion Surgical is changing the field of surgical education by building the world’s first virtual reality and haptic feedback training platform for surgeons.
TransPod aims to re-invent tube-transportation from the ground up.
The residency program provides open workspaces and equipment for teams doing forward-looking work in the areas of construction, manufacturing, and emerging technologies.
A research and development workspace, the technology center in Boston is where startups, colleges and universities, and industry experts explore ways to advance the building industry.
A hub for research, development and demonstration of new manufacturing technologies, the technology center in San Francisco is also exploring processes relating to the concept of configurable microfactories.
At the technology center in Birmingham, Autodesk works with customers across industries to help them develop new manufacturing and fabrication techniques to transform how things are made.